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Muhammad Madani Miya Ashrafi al-Jilani is Chief caretaker (Sajjada Nasheen) of Makhdoom al Millat Muhaddith al A'zam al Hind (Rahm). His Silsila is Known as Ashrafia Silsila. He is a Sufi Scholar of Kichhocha Sharif U.P India [1]. He extensively visits foreign countries in order to propagate Islam.

He has written books on various topics of Islam, which have been published at various times during the last thirty five years. Some of the books authored by him are listed below :

  • Islam Ka Tassawure Ila Aur Maududi Sahib
  • Din Aur Iqamate Din
  • Masila Hazir O Nazir
  • Islamic Law
  • Khutbate Bartaniya
  • Islam Ka Nazriyae Ibadat Aur Maududi Sahib
  • Farizae Dawat O Tabligh
  • Video Aur TV Ka Shari Isatamal
  • Tafhim al-Hadith Sarrah Mhiskat Sharif
  • Islam Ka Nazriyae Khatme Nabuwwat Aur Tehzirun Nas
  • Kanz al-Iman Aur Digar Tarazum-e-Quran Ka Taqably Mutalia
  • Asri Takaze
  • Kitabatun Niswa
  • Muhabbate Rasul Ruhe Iman
  • Rasool-e-Akram Kai Tashreehi Iktiyaaraat
  • Islam Ka Nazriyae Ibadat
  • Khutbate Hyderabad
  • Roohai Namaz
  • Sharhe Hadeese Jibreel
  • Tafheem al-Hadees - Sharhe Shikwa

He was also the architect in publishing Ma'ariful Qur'an which is the translation of the Qur'an al-kareem into Urdu by Muhaddith al-Azam al-Hind Rehmatullahi alaih. This translation was published along with notes in Gujrati and Hindi languages.

He has written numerous Naats. When he first started writing naats he sent some of his work for perusal to the Indian poet Shafiq Jaonpuri who after reading his work replied that "poetry this complete and comprehensive does not require rectification or amendment."  

He writes poetry under the pseudonym of Akhtar and a compilation of his work was made and published in the sub-continent titled 'Guldasta '.



His first visit to perform hajj took place in 1973 with his mother, wife, sister, younger brother Ghazi al-Millat Sayyad Muhammad Hashmi Miya Ashrafi al-Jilani, and nephew Sayyad Jahangir Ashraf.

He has also visited the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem as well as shrines of the Ahl al Bayt, Sahaba-al-Kiram, Sufiya al-Kiram, Awliya Allah in Iraq, Jordan, Palestine, Syria, Pakistan and India and throughout the Middle East & Asia in order to pay his respect and to obtain their blessings.

Shaykh al-Islam has recently just completed another Hajj (2004/2005) - one of many. A mureed has written a personal account of his journey to Mecca and Medina.


He acquired the title of Shaykh al-Islam circa 1974 when the Ulema of India started addressing him as such. Among the Ulema present at the time were Mufti-e-Azam al-Hind Mawlana Mustapha Raza Khan Rehmatullahi 'ta'ala alaih of Bareilly Shareef son of Ahmad Raza Khan; and Hadrat's Pir-o-Murshid - Shaykh al-Mashaykh, Mawlana Sayyad Mukhtar Ashraf 'Sarkar-e-Kalan' Rehmatullahi alaih.

He was first addressed as Raees al-Muhaqiqin by His Holiness 'Gazzali-e-Doaran' Shaykh al-Hadith Mawlana Sayyed Ahmad Saeed Kazmi Rehmatullahi ta'ala alaih of Pakistan after he had sent for his perusal a fatwa on the Islamic use of television & video. Gazzali-e-Doaran Sayyad Ahmad Saeed Kazmi Rehmatullahi ta'ala alaih was so pleased with his ruling and the way that he had dealt with this subject that he addressed him as 'Raees-ul Muhaqiqin'. A letter confirming this was published in the monthly journal 'Al-Ashraf ' in Karachi in 1986.

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